Property ID : 287
For Sale £205,000.00 - End of Terrace
All measurements Are Approximate.
To the front there is a covered front entrance door with outside courtesy lighting, with obscured glazed light panel into:
Entrance Hall: – Carpeted staircase and hand rail leading to the first floor. Finished with a bright white wall surround. Wall mounted radiator and telephone point.
Lounge: – 4.26m x 3.47m – Also finished in a tasteful feature wall with bright white surround and upvc double glazed window with deep display sill and radiator beneath, enjoying an outlook over the cul de sac and one of the original foundry buildings. Warm coloured carpeted flooring plus a telephone point and tv points on both sides of the room. Wooden door through into large under stairs store.
Kitchen/Diner: – 3.14m x 3.05m – Comprising of a modern black gloss range of wall and base units with a roll top cream quartz effect work surface. Incorporating four ring gas hob with stainless steel splash back with integrated oven below and one and a half bowl stainless steel drainer. Stainless steel lights are present below the wall units allowing feature lighting. There is a free standing fridge freezer and arch way through to utility. The flooring is a warm and practical wood. Within the main kitchen area there is a upvc double glazed window and with double glazed panelled door opening out onto the garden area.
Utility: – Space for white good appliances. Matching work surface and black gloss cabinet above housing the boiler system. Double glazed window, wall mounted radiator and wood door into wc.
Downstairs Cloakroom/Wc: – Comprising of low level wc and hand basin with a black tiled splash back and wall mounted radiator. Ceiling mounted extractor. The wood flooring from the kitchen is continued throughout this area.
Stair case to the first floor, with natural wood hand rail. Access through to the loft at the top of the stairs. Wooden white doors allow access into the upstairs living accommodation, bathroom and airing cupboard/storage.
Bathroom: – 1.90m x 1.86m – Located at the front and finished with a bright white wall surround and white tiling. Decorative mosaics are positioned central to the bath. Comprising of a white suite of low level wc, hand basin and panelled bath with curved glazed shower screen with mixer tap shower head. Natural light is provided from an obscured double glazed window. Wall mounted radiator and shaver socket.
Bedroom: – 4.07m x 2.50 m – Located to the front and finished with a bright white wall surround and Laura Ashley feature wall, warm coloured carpeted flooring with upvc double glazed window with deep display sill and radiator beneath, enjoying an outlook down over the historic waterwheel and grassed area. There is also a floating tv port on the wall and built in mirrored wardrobes which include two double and a single with drawers and shelving units cleverly designed to accommodate everything.
Bedroom: – 2.37m x 3.30m – The second bedroom, located at the rear. Wall mounted radiator beneath a double glazed window with display sill and having an outlook over the garden area.
Bedroom: – 2.30m x 1.98 m – Also located at the rear and enjoying a similar outlook with sea glimpses. This has been used as an office rather than a third bedroom. It also has a wall mounted radiator below the deep display sill with double glazed windows above.
Outside: – To the front, the property forms part of an attractive terrace with two allocated parking spaces. Out the back, the kitchen opens onto a paved patio with outside courtesy lighting and a good size enclosed garden with a gate on the side for access to the path which runs from the front around to the back of the terrace.
Charlestown and the surrounding area:
Within close proximity to the picturesque Charlestown harbour, the filming location for the popular Poldark TV series, 9 Pattern Close is perfectly positioned to take full advantage of the amenities that the village has to offer. Charlestown is a World Heritage Site and is renowned for the Georgian harbour built by local landowner Charles Rashleigh and today is home to the tall ships that moor there. Within the village you will find award winning inns, restaurants and of course access to the South West Coastal Path.
The nearby town of St Austell provides a range of shopping, banking, outstanding schooling and recreational facilities whilst the City of Truro lies around fifteen miles distant and offers first class shopping, business and commercial facilities plus private and state schooling.
There are a number of local beaches around St Austell Bay whilst at Carlyon Bay there is a cliff top 18-hole golf course. Slightly further afield are a number of picturesque coves and harbour villages together with the captivating scenery of the Roseland peninsula. For the sailing enthusiasts there are clubs at Porthpean, Pentewan and Fowey.
The House is also ideally positioned to access other notable local attractions including the world renowned Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan. Both St Austell and Truro have mainline rail connections to London Paddington whilst on the north coast is Newquay Airport with a number of scheduled flights to both domestic and international destinations.
Directions: – From St Austell, head out on to the A390, onto Cromwell Road past Asda. At the Charlestown roundabout, take the third exit. Head past Penrice Academy on your right, taking the third turning on the left. Follow the straight road down and take the second right into Pattern Close. Follow the road along to the end and around the corner to find Montrose with its red door tucked away in front of you.
- 1: 3 Bedroom end of terrace house
- 2: 2 allocated parking spaces
- 3: No onward chain
- 4: Modern fitted kitchen
- 5: Gas central heating
- 6: Enclosed back garden
- 7: Sought after costal village
- 8: Stylish and well presented throughout